California bounce-house business closes after owners arrested in 'honey oil' bust
KTXL / El Dorado County
Chad Nicolay and Allison Hendricks were arrested in connection with the bust of a butane honey oil lab. Detectives found marijuana, concentrated cannabis, lab equipment and cans of butane gas at residences.

via KTXL:

CAMERON PARK, Calif. (KTXL) -- Two licensed bounce-house business owners, Chad Nicolay and Allison Hendricks, were arrested in connection with the bust of a butane "honey oil" lab, also known as concentrated cannabis.

Detectives searched the Plan-It Bounce business and two homes in Placerville on Friday and found pounds of marijuana, concentrated cannabis, lab equipment and cans of butane gas.

El Dorado County Sheriff’s Sgt. Anthony Prencipe said deputies found all the evidence inside the homes, not the business.

“With the butane gas, it is highly explosive, highly flammable, that could cause a massive fire that could endanger our entire county,” Prencipe said.

With 150 unused cans and 15,000 used canisters found, Nicolay, Luis Sandoval and Anthony Gaytan were arrested on suspicion of manufacturing a controlled substance and conspiracy.

Nicolay and Hendricks are also facing charges for child endangerment.

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